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Michael Franti and Spearhead
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M. Franti do'in his thing, new songs , great stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

M. Franti do'in his thing, new songs , great stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jun 25, 2006
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1. ...intro... (0:39) 2. East to the West (11:17) 3. Home > (10:52) 4. Home con't > Yes I Will (10:40) 5. Stay Human > (5:26) 6. Stay Human con't, Yens and Euros * (10:50) 7. Everyone Deserves Music (10:21) 8. Pray for Grace (12:40) 9. sweet little lies (11:52) 10. Feelin' Free # (6:37) 11. Clean Up Man % (8:40) 12. One Step Closer (5:12) 13. We Don't Stop > (6:20) 14. Everybody on the Move (12:56)
Topic: Live concert
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Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jan 9, 2007
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01 Intro 01:45 02 Time to go home 08:11 03 Yell Fire 14:54 04 People in tha middle 20:54 05 Sweet little lies 30:30 06 Sometimes 33:19 07 Hey Now Now 39:00 08 Is love enough 47:45 09 Rock the nation (AC) 52:17 10 Love is what I got/Sesamite street 1:00:00 11 One step closer to you 1:05:33 12 Hello bonjour (Morgen) 1:15:33 13 Light up your lighter 1:22:42 14 What I Be 1:25:52 15 Please take me Home 1:34:55 16 We want more -- Extra -- 17 Everything's changed but my name 1:40:37 18 Everyone...
Topic: Live concert
Source: SBD > iriver recorder > audacity (free digital audio editor)

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jul 23, 2006
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Source: AKG 483s > Bumblebee MiAGi-II Silver Cables > Lunatec V3 > Kind Kable (Coax) > Microtrack 24/96

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Nov 19, 2006
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Michael Franti & Spearhead July 23rd, 2006 Artscape The Sun/Live! Stage Baltimore, MD Taper: Timothy Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com) Location: SBD slightly LOC Source: SPC4's(Cardioids,-10db pad,NOS,~8'on stand)->PS2->AD20->JB3(Optical In) Transfer: JB3->Firewire->PC Processing: "Reduce Peaks" Compressor applied using GoldWave 5.10. Normalizing (to -0.1db), fade in and fade out applied using SoundForge 8.0. Conversion: CDWav 1.93.3 for track splitting; FLAC...
Source: SPC4's(Cardioids,-10db pad,NOS,~8'on stand)->PS2->AD20->JB3(Optical In)

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jul 24, 2008
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01 Intro 01:45 02 Time to go home 08:00 03 Yell Fire 14:54 04 Sometimes 17:45 05 Hey Now Now 23:51 06 We don't stop 27:45 07 East to the West 35:15 08 People in tha middle 41:10 09 Sweet little lies 51:15 10 Crazy, crazy, crazy 56:00 11 Rock the nation (AC) 1:00:50 12 Love is what I got/Sesamite street 1:09:10 13 All night long ain't long enough 1:15:07 14 Hello bonjour (Morgen) 1:25:35 15 Light up your lighter 1:34:05 16 What I Be 1:37:03 17 Please take me Home 1:45:30 18 We want more 1:46:43...
Topic: Live concert
Source: soundboard -> iriver mp3 recorder -> audacity

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Oct 24, 2011
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Spearhead 11-04-06 Higher Ground Burlington, Vt Source: AKG C-1000's> Sony MZ-NH 900> Sonic Stage> Taders Little Helper for flac files Intro music is cut 01.Time To Go Home 02.Yell Fire! 03.People In Middle 04.Sweet Little Lies 05.East to the West 06.Crazy Crazy Crazy 07.What I Got 08.See You In The Light 09.Sometimes> 10.Hey Now Now 11.All Night Light Aint Long Enough 12.One Step Closer 13.Hello Bonjour 14.Light Up Your Lighter 15.What I Be> 16.Please Take me Home...
Source: AKG C 1000's> MZ-NH 900

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Mar 28, 2006
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01 I know its Real 02 East to West 03 Yell Fire 04 Yes I will 05 Tell me Lies 06 All Night Long (Aint Long Enough) 07 Pray for Grace 08 One Step Closer 09 Everyone Deserves Music > Abibi > Everyone Deserves Music > Abibi 10 Tolerance
Topic: Live concert
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Setlist: DISC-01 01. Time To Go Home 02. Yell Fire 03. East To The West 04. People In The Middle > Get Up, Stand Up 05. Sweet Little Lies 06. Sometimes > 07. Hey Now Now 08. Hello Bonjour 09. One Step Closer 10. Is Love Enough? 11. Never Too Late DISC-02 01. Feelin' Free > 02. Yes I Will > 03. Light Up Your Lighter 04. -Words- 05. I Know I'm Not Alone 06. What I Be > 07. Please Take Me Home 08. Bomb The World > 09. Everyone Deserves Music > 10. Everybody Ona Move 11. -Band...
Topic: Michael Franti and Spearhead, Live in Zurich, 2006-08-23 Zürich
Source: Microtrack 24/96 with standard mic

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01. Hello Bonjour 02. Time To Go Home 03. Yell Fire 04. East to West 05. Tell Me Lies 06. Yes I Will 07. Pray For Grace 08. Please Take Me Home 09. Everyone Deserves Music 10. Everybody Ona Move
Source: AKG 391's(DIN)>Audio Magic Hyper-Conductors>Edirol UA-5(Oade T-plus mod)>Nomad JB3 .wav @ 44.1

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1. 01 Time To Go Home 1. 13 Sometimes 2. 02 Yell Fire!!! 2. 14 Hey Now Now 3. 03 We don't Stop 3. 15 One Step Closer 4. 04 People In The Middle 4. 16 Yes I Will 5. 05 Get Up Stand Up 5. 17 Light Up Your Lighter 6. 06 Took Your Love Away From Me 6. 18 I'm Not Alone 7. 07 Sweet Little Lies 7. 19 Please Take Me Home 8. 08 East To West 8. 20 Hello Bonjour 9. 09 What I Got Sesame Street What I Got 9. 21 Set Break 10. 10 Everythings Changed But My Name 10. 22 Everyone Deserves Music 11. 11 Is Love...
Source: Samson CO2 Condensor Mics>Boss BR900>MacBookPro>Mp3

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Time to Go Home > Yell Fire > Yes I Will, Tell Me Lies, Hello Bonjour, Sometimes, Freaky and Free, Please Take Me Home, Everyone Deserves Music, Everybody Ona Move
Source: Unknown mikes>Nomad Jukebox 3>WAV>FLAC

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Intro > Time Go Go Home Yell Fire East To The West People In The Middle Sweet Little Lies Red Beans and Rice Sometimes Hey Now Now Hello Bonjour Stay Human One Step Closer To You Crazy, Crazy, Crazy I Know It's Real Yes I Will Soulshine We Don't Stop Light Up Ya Lighter I Know I'm Not Alone What I Be Please Take Me Home Bomb The World Everybody Deserves Music Everybody Ona Move
Source: ADK TL > Apogee Mini-Me (16bit 44.1kHz) > VX-Pocket V2 > SF6

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jun 23, 2006
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Disc 1 01 Intro 02 Time to go home 03 Yell Fire > 04 Ive been away 05 East to West 06 All the Freaky People 07 Tell me Lies 08 Yes I will 09 Pray for Grace > 10 Nothin is what I got * Disc 2 01 02 03 One step closer to you 04 05 Is love enough 06 Everyone Deserves Music 07 We dont Stop 08 09 Outtro
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Michael Franti and Spearhead
Apr 18, 2006
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01 Pray for Grace 02 Yes I will 03 Yell Fire 04 East to West 05 Tell me Lies 06 In the Light 07 I know it Real 08 Is Your Love Enough 09 One Step Closer
Topic: Live concert
Source: AKG 391's > Sampson Mixpad 4 > JB3

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jul 12, 2006
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01. Hello Bonjour 02. Time To Go Home 03. Yell Fire 04. East to West 05. Tell Me Lies 06. Yes I Will 07. Pray For Grace 08. Please Take Me Home 09. Everyone Deserves Music 10. Everybody Ona Move
Topics: Michael Franti & Spearhead, 2006, Mountain Jam
Source: Neumann KM184> v2> sbm-1> optical 7-pin> JB3

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Spearhead  November 5, 2006 Higher Ground Burlington, Vt Source - AKG C-1000's> Sony MZ-NH 900> Sonic Stage> Traders Little Helper for flac files 01.We Don't Stop 02.I've Been Away 03.Stay Human 04.Ganja Babe 05.Sweet Little Lies 06.Yes I Will 07.Prey For Grace 08.Clean Up Man* with Bridget Law and Bonnie Paine from Elephant Revival 09.Sometimes 10.Hey Now Now 11.All Night Long Ain't Long Enough 12.Oh My God 13.East To The West 14.Light Up Ya Lighter 15.I Know I'm Not Alone 16.Time To...
Source: AKG C-1000's> Sony MZ-NH 900

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01 intro 02 Time to Go 03 Yell Fire 04 Yes I Will 05 Tell Me Lies intro 06 Tell Me Lies 07 Hello Bonjour 08 Sometimes 09 Soulshine 10 Franti speaks 11 Please Take Me Home 12 Everyone Deserves Music 13 Everybody Ona Move
Source: JW mod AKG 460/ck61 (DIN 90) > V2 > 722

Michael Franti and Spearhead
May 16, 2007
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Michael Franti & Spearhead 7/7/2006 Venue: Headwall - Steamboat Springs CO Source: FOB km140s>mp2>adc20>p1>digi32>ssrc --dither 1 --pdf 1 --twopass>flac Dave Koorey = phrog@etree.org I know this is not broken into cd's so please don't email me telling me so. Break it wherever ya want. 01 Time To Go Home 02 Yell Fire! 03 Yes I Will 04 East To The West 05 Soulshine 06 Sometimes 07 Sweet Little Lies 08 Cool Water 09 Hello Bonjour 10 Stay Human 11 Is It Love Enough 12 I Know...
Topic: bombs of love

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jul 5, 2007
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Michael Franti and Spearhead March 11, 2006 Langerado Festival - Sunset Stage Markham Park grounds Sunrise FL *** THIS IS A 16-BIT FILESET INTENDED FOR AUDIO CD *** 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
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Michael Franti and Spearhead 7-21-2006 GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance Infield Stage Trumansburg, NY Total running time: 111:09.50 Disc 1 56:12.41 01. Introduction 0:42.16 02. Time To Go Home 8:40.55 03. Yell Fire 7:11.22 04. What I Be 6:34.74 05. East to the West 8:24.19 06. 'Til the Break of Dawn 4:22.05 07. Get Up Stand Up 2:36.49 08. Sweet Little Lies 9:25.17 09. Yes I Will 7:57.09 Disc 2 54:57.09 01. Hello Bonjour 9:40.56 02. Pray for Grace 12:23.59 03. Soulshine 7:53.23 04....
Topics: Michael Franti, Spearhead, GrassRoots
Source: SBD > Edirol R-1 16bit 44.1k wav

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jul 26, 2006
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Set List: 1. Time To Go Home 2. Yell Fire 3. Yes I Will 4. East To West 5. Tell Me Lies 6. Hello Bonjour 7. Soulshine 8. Light Up Your Lighter 9. One Step Closer 10. I Know I'm Not Alone 11. Stay Human (All The Freaky People) 12. Pray For Grace 13. Please Take Me Home Franti acoustic intro> 14. Please Take Me Home 15. Everyone Deserves Music
Topic: Smilefest 12
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Michael Franti and Spearhead
Jun 10, 2009
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01 Intro 02:00 02 Time to go home 08:21 03 Yell Fire 15:00 04 People in tha middle 21:37 05 Sweet little lies 30:47 06 East to the west 37:40 07 We don't stop 41:41 08 Stay Human 46:30 09 Crazy, crazy, crazy 51:27 10 Is love enough 58:55 11 Love is what I got/Sesamite street 1:05:39 12 Sometimes 1:08:30 13 Hey Now Now 1:12:33 14 All night long ain't long enough 1:17:55 15 Hello bonjour 1:27:30 16 Light up your lighter 1:36:05 17 What I Be 1:39:19 18 Please take me Home 1:50:05 19 We want more...
Topic: Live concert
Source: SBD > iriver recorder

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Dec 16, 2006
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01 Intro 01:52 02 Time to go home 08:20 03 Yell Fire 15:00 04 Sometimes 17:55 05 Hey Now Now 23:37 06 Stay Human 28:15 07 East to the west 35:50 08 People in tha middle 42:17 09 Sweet little lies 52:07 10 Crazy, crazy, crazy 57:00 11 Rock the nation (AC) 1:02:15 12 Love is what I got/Sesamite street 1:09:50 13 All night long ain't long enough 1:18:15 14 Hello bonjour 1:29:19 15 Light up your lighter 1:36:25 16 What I Be 1:39:32 17 Please take me Home 1:47:54 18 We want more 1:50:03 19...
Topic: Live concert

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Michael Franti and Spearhead March 11, 2006 Langerado Festival - Sunset Stage Markham Park grounds Sunrise FL *** THIS IS A 24-BIT FILESET NOT INTENDED FOR AUDIO CD *** 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
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This paper reports on an exploratory, longitudinal study that analyzes and interprets the evolution of teachers' beliefs regarding learning, teaching, and technology, and their instructional practices, in the context of integrating technology-based information-rich tasks in six 4th-6th grade classrooms. The study used multiple research tools, interviews, questionnaires and observations, focusing on both teachers' beliefs and classroom practices. The findings reveal that following multi-year...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Teaching Methods, Research Tools, Classrooms, Teacher Attitudes, Interviews,...

We analyse in detail the factors that lead to intergenerational persistence among sons, where this is measured as the association between childhood family income and later adult earnings. We seek to account for the level of income persistence in the 1970 BCS cohort and also to explore the decline in mobility in the UK between the 1958 NCDS cohort and the 1970 cohort. The mediating factors considered are cognitive skills, noncognitive traits, educational attainment and labour market attachment....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Family Income, Persistence, Educational Attainment, Labor Market, Sons, Correlation,...

A within-subject pretest-posttest comparison design was used to explore the effectiveness of a planning and writing intervention in improving the argumentative writing performance of five fourth-grade students with learning disabilities. Students were taught to collaboratively plan and revise their essays and independently write their essays using procedures articulated by Wong, Butler, Ficzere, and Kuperis (1996). Results demonstrated notable increases in students' written protocols on the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Intervention, Essays, Learning Disabilities, Writing Instruction, Persuasive...

Teachers everywhere are being held accountable for their professional actions through the test-driven curricula sweeping the nation. The National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE, 2002) makes it clear that promotion of reflective practice is an important component of teacher education programs. This multiple case study examines the relationship between epistemic stances and reflective thinking using a set of theories and instruments that allowed for the analysis of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Preservice Teacher Education, Student Teachers, Adult Learning, Reflective Teaching,...

This case study is part of a broader research project examining state policies and governance structures that span K-12 and postsecondary education. Georgia was the first state to have state and regional P-16 councils, and its regents' office in the University System of Georgia oversees a variety of projects that focus on connecting K-12 and postsecondary education. The Georgia field research was conducted in September 2003. Two central questions that this report seeks to answer are: (1) What...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Postsecondary Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Governance, Educational...

Small Learning Communities (SLCs) and Career Academies, one variety of SLC, have grown rapidly in recent years. They are among the few high school reform approaches that seem promising and popular, bringing students together into cohorts where they support each other, teachers into teams where they do the same, and students and teachers into closer relationships which seem to benefit both. Yet while SLCs seem to work "when well implemented", they are not easy to implement. They embody...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Career Academies, High Schools, Scheduling, School Administration, Teamwork,...

This is a common response from educators confronted with the notion of advocating for educational technology funding. But, in a time when U.S. funding for Ed Tech is in danger of being cut from the budget, ISTE believes that all of its members, and in fact, all U.S. educators, must become advocates for our common cause. "Effective advocacy from people close to the classroom makes a huge difference," says ISTE president and New Mexico's Deputy Cabinet Secretary of Education Kurt...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Technology, Educational Finance, Advocacy, Educational Media, Computer...

What has been called "degree recognition" has become the subject of considerable attention in Canadian higher education within the past decade. While concerns similar to those that are being voiced today have arisen occasionally in the past, the scale of this phenomenon today is unprecedented historically. In response to the increased demand for degrees that began in the late twentieth century, a great number of diverse types of institutions and organizations have sought the authority...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Higher Education, Public Colleges, Virtual Universities, Foreign Countries, Public...

Memory for the position of a moving target is often displaced in the direction of anticipated motion, and this has been referred to as "representational momentum". Such displacement might aid spatial localization by bridging the gap between perception and action, and might reflect a second-order isomorphism between subjective consequences of environmentally invariant physical principles and the functional architecture of mental representation that can be modulated by an observer's...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Role, Kinesthetic Perception, Memory, Visualization, Expectation, Context Effect,...

"Helpful Hints" offers a quick overview of school emergency preparedness topics that are frequently the subject of inquiries. The National Incident Management System (NIMS) is a comprehensive system that improves tribal and local emergency response operations through the use of the Incident Command System (ICS) and the application of standardized emergency procedures and preparedness measures. It provides a consistent approach and a "common language" for federal, state, and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Management Systems, Emergency Programs, Technical Assistance, Crisis Management,...

This third edition of the New Media Consortium's (NMC) annual "Horizon Report" describes the continuing work of the Horizon Project, a research-oriented effort that seeks to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have a large impact on teaching, learning, or creative expression within higher education. Drawing on ongoing discussions among knowledgeable individuals in business, industry, and education, as well as published resources, current research and practice, and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Technology Uses in Education, Higher Education, Influence of Technology, Relevance...

This paper argues that an anthropocentric fallacy permeates thinking within both technological and ecological approaches to environmentalism. In consequence, sustainable development is an incoherent concept through the weakness of its anthropocentric ethical grounding. Using the Judaeo-Christian tradition as an example, this paper examines the degree to which religion can be an alternative means of grounding an environmental ethic outside anthropocentrism. It concludes that, though religion can...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Conservation (Environment), Ethics, Religious Factors, Environmental Education,...

The assistive technology (AT) field acknowledges that different stakeholders vary in their perspectives of service delivery outcomes. While the literature delineates consumers, caregivers and providers as stakeholders with distinct views, very little research documents these unique perspectives. This study reports on the perspectives of (a) research-based federally funded, and (b) commercial AT product developers. Developers who received federal funding in 2001 were queried on their outcomes...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Assistive Technology, Data, Manufacturing Industry, Federal Aid, Financial Support,...

Despite the fact that self-injurious behaviors are gaining increased attention in the schools, little is actually known about prevalence, treatment considerations, and school counselor training issues. This article will present the results from a national survey of American School Counselor Association (ASCA) members regarding their perceptions of self-injurious behaviors. Particular attention will be paid to training issues and best practices when working with students who self-injure....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Self Destructive Behavior, Incidence, Counselor Training, School Counselors,...

In the years since student loans first became available in 1958, borrowing has become a common way for students to pay for education after high school. As student borrowing has risen over time, some have raised concerns about the debt burden facing some borrowers once they complete their post-secondary education. In an effort to learn more about how Minnesota students finance their education, the Minnesota Office of Higher Education compiled this report on undergraduate borrowing using data...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Debt (Financial), Student Loan Programs, Student Financial Aid, Educational Finance,...

Background: Many early intervention teams are shifting their service delivery for children with disabilities from a child-focused model to one that focuses on strengthening the competence and confidence of the child's caregivers (parents, childcare providers, preschool teachers). The use of coaching strategies in a primary coach model of service delivery continues to evolve as a means of supporting young children who have disabilities in their natural home-community environments (where they and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Research Design, Program Evaluation, Preschool Teachers, Observation, Intervals,...

In this article, Lewin's (1951) social field theory is used as a framework for analyzing the potential for implementing scalable and sustainable e-learning initiatives in the academy. Powerful external economic and social forces coming to bear on academic leadership decisions are considered. The impacts of the emergence of the global learning society, knowledge economy, and information technology paradigm are explored. Five social forces--postmodernism, the interpretive turn, identity politics,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Electronic Learning, Educational Policy, Social Theories, Program Implementation,...

Schools in the United States are seeing a tremendous increase in the cultural and ethnic diversity of the children they serve. Demographic projections have estimated that by 2020, nearly half of U.S. students will be people of color (National Association of State Boards of Education 2002). This reality, along with expanding relationships among countries around the world, increases the need for children to view themselves as members of a multicultural, global community. In this paper, the author...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Alexander, Linda B.

All children born in Manitoba in 1984 were tracked for 18 years to assess their grade-12 performance on a provincial examination according to a student's socio-economic status. The proportion of youths in families receiving social assistance judged to have passed their language arts exam dropped from 80 per cent to 12 per cent, depending on whether one counts only those in the cohort who took the test on time in 2002 or all youths born in 1984 who should have taken the test in 2002. Getting...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Educational Testing, Grade 12, Socioeconomic Status, Roos, Noralou...

Human Resource Development (HRD) programs are faced with overwhelming challenges as there is a dearth of computer literate employees to meet the growing demands of the workplace. In other words, many employees are technologically and computer challenged thus impeding the instruction and learning process. Innovative organizations utilize computer technology in their initial and ongoing training programs. This computer knowledge deficit increases the cost burden of initial and on-going training....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Employees, Job Skills, Human Resources, Computer Literacy, Andragogy, Labor Force...

In 2006, states will add almost one billion additional education tax dollars to their budgets as politicians in more than twenty states consider moving toward a Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) system. Although a spirited debate has taken place over the advantages to children of a pre-K education, there has been little or no debate on how, rather than whether, to offer early-childhood education (ECE). Because of this lack of discussion and study, many states are implementing well-intentioned...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Preschool Education, Education, Young Children, School Readiness, Public Education,...

This report summarises the findings of the project, The New Duty to Promote Disability Equality. Section 1 describes the individual aim of each site. Section 2 identifies the main themes arising from the project. Section 3 describes how the project findings have been disseminated. Section 4 highlights key messages for organisations working in and with the learning and skills sector. The overall aim of this project is to support organisations within the post-school sector to respond to the new...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Disabilities, Equal Education, Guidelines, Agency Cooperation, Postsecondary...

Total headcount enrollment at Connecticut's colleges and universities reached 176,560 students in fall 2006, a fifth consecutive record year. The increase of 2,287 students (or 1.3%) over fall 2005 is the ninth year of enrollment growth, but the rate of increase is slowing. The average annual growth rate since 2003 was 1.0 percent, less than half the average growth for the period 1999 through 2002 of 2.4 percent. The moderation in enrollment growth is more pronounced at the public...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Citations (References), Enrollment, State Colleges, Universities, Enrollment Trends,...

This study sought to identify the attitudes and perceptions of students in an introductory educational technology course situated within a teacher education program. Data were collected in the form of anonymous feedback throughout the semester. Findings included: students tended to enter the course with either a good deal of technology knowledge or with apprehension about using technology; students' thinking evolved from conceiving of technology in a generic classroom to a classroom in which...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Feedback (Response), Teacher Education Programs, Student Teacher Attitudes,...

In May 2006, the National Poverty Center (NPC) at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan hosted a meeting--"Research on Prisoner Reentry: What Do We Know and What Do We Want to Know?"--to discuss the state of research on employment-focused prisoner reentry programs. This paper, written as background for the meeting, reviews the extent and quality of previous research and the results of key studies, describes several planned or ongoing evaluations that...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Institutionalized Persons, Public Officials, Federal Government, Recidivism,...

Innovations, ETS's corporate magazine, provides information on educational assessment for educators, school leaders, researchers and policymakers around the world. This issue on how classroom assessments in five U.S. states and several foreign countries expand educational opportunities for all students. Articles in this issue include: (1) Keeping Learning on Track; (2) Keeping Learning on Track in Cleveland; (3) Closing the Achievement Gap: Delivering on the Promise of Opportunity; (4) TOEFL[R]...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Educational Assessment, Periodicals, Educational Testing,...

"Student Success" is EPI's occasional e-magazine dedicated to the discussion of retaining students in higher education. This is the second of three parts in the Institutional Strategies Series. The first article in the March issue outlined the barriers to student retention, both from the extant literature and also from interviews and surveys that EPI has conducted through its workshops around the US and Canada. This edition's discussion focuses on programs and strategies that appear...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Campuses, Academic Persistence, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, School Holding...

During the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program's (MPCP) 15th year, the statutory cap on voucher enrollment was met: for the first time, the voucher program enrollment surpassed 15% of Milwaukee Public School (MPS) enrollment. Hitting the cap has triggered a heated political debate. Voucher advocates argue that the cap should be lifted, that denying students accessibility to voucher schools is detrimental to their education. Critics counter that lifting the cap would increase total costs for K-12...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Vouchers, School Choice, Enrollment...

The purpose of this study was to identify the major components of a secondary school counselor's job and translate these job responsibilities into an instrument that could be used by school administrators to identify high quality secondary school counselors during the employment interview. A review of literature resulted in the identification of 37 competencies deemed essential in defining a quality secondary school counselor. The competencies were then used in the development of an instrument...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Field Tests, Employment Interviews, School Counselors, Personnel Selection, Secondary...

Students with disabilities have made great strides in the classroom over the past three decades, sparked by the passage of the "Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)." This revolutionary law paved the way for children with disabilities to enjoy full access to educational opportunities. Another revolutionary law, the "No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB)," promised a quality education to every K-12 student, including students with disabilities, for the very first...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Attitudes toward Disabilities, Disabilities, Academic Achievement, School Districts,...

This study analyzes whether Illinois' supply of early childhood teachers will be adequate to meet the increased demand brought about by the state's new Preschool For All plan. We find that the supply produced by the new-certificant pipeline, combined with an existing reserve pool of qualified teachers, will be sufficient to meet demand if certified teachers are offered professional salaries and the plan is phased in at a rate of about 10,000 additional students per year. Chicago will be more...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Teacher Supply and Demand, Teacher Certification, Teacher Salaries, Preschool...

School leaders play a pivotal role in keeping schools safe from chemical accidents. Readers of this brochure can help schools develop a chemical cleanout and prevention program and assemble a team of teachers, facilities staff, and administrators with technical expertise to assess chemical safety issues and set policy. Some important team roles are outlined in this brochure for school administrators, teachers, facilities and maintenance staff, nurses, and parents.
Topics: ERIC Archive, School Safety, Accident Prevention, Crisis Management, Emergency Programs, Guidance...

Over the past 15 years, charter schools and teachers unions have battled in state legislatures, the courts and the media. But with increasing frequency, the two groups are facing each other in the everyday operation of schools. This report summarizes the opinions expressed at a meeting of local state, and national leaders from both the charter school and teachers union communities convened to begin to answer questions such as: (1) Will on-the-ground experiences change charter schools or unions?...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Charter Schools, Unions, Teacher Associations, State Legislation, Court Litigation,...

American high schools are increasingly the target of educational reform. Today's high schools are expected to graduate all students with the rigorous academic knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them for college or a career. This report provides a comprehensive look at high school reform based on research and professional literature. It describes the characteristics of high schools we have and need and suggests strategies and models for improving them. Examples of schools and districts in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, High Schools, School Restructuring, Graduation Requirements, Educational Change,...

Economic Growth Challenge / Innovation Incentive, as proposed by the Governor's Commission on Higher Education and the Economy, is a new line item involving reallocation of current higher education funding plus matching levels of performance funding to achieve a major restructuring and refocusing of Ohio's portfolio of doctoral research programs. It is the intent of this line item ultimately to build world-class research excellence and catalyze Ohio's economic growth in concert with the Third...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Economic Progress, Higher Education, Incentives, Doctoral Programs, Educational...

This study analyzes and explains Florida's education finance system. It explains the sources of revenue and the expenditure of funds, reporting figures for each of the state's 67 districts. It also analyzes the trend in current expenditures --that is, the day-to-day operating costs of schools--to address the question of whether they have been rising or falling in recent years. It finds that Florida spent about $7,000 per student in day-to-day operating costs ("current expenditures")...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Expenditures, School Choice, Educational Finance, Public Education, Budgets,...

Using data from Achieving the Dream: Community College Count, this issue of "Data Notes" looks at the percentage of students referred to developmental education and, of those referred, the percentage that attempted and completed at least one developmental education course in their first and second terms. The data show that more than 80 percent of students at Achieving the Dream institutions were referred to some type of developmental education, and that students referred to...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Developmental Studies Programs, Academic Support Services, Minority Group Students,...

Health education is a part of the primary school science curriculum in France. Teachers often consider sexuality education and sexually transmitted diseases prevention as a topic they cannot teach without the help of partners. This paper is an account of a research carried out to study the representations of primary school pupils (Key Stage 2, French children, from 9-11) about HIV/AIDS and to analyse the impact of an educational programme on these representations. The Programme was based on a...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Health Education, Primary Education, Science Curriculum, Foreign Countries, Acquired...

In an increasingly technological world, technology education programs designed to meet the needs of the demanding technological environment must be planned and coordinated efficiently. In response to this changing technological environment, the provision of technology education in Ireland is currently undergoing development. The educational process in Ireland is government driven, as in other European countries. Technical subjects have been included in the Irish curriculum since 1885 as manual...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Technology Education, Secondary Education, Curriculum Design,...

This article examines the year-long experience of one fourth grade teacher, Anne, as she learned about comprehension strategy instruction and attempted to integrate the approach in her reading program. The goal of the study was to extend current understanding of the factors that support or inhibit an individual teacher's instructional decision making. The project explored how Anne's academic preparation, beliefs about reading comprehension instruction, and attitudes toward teacher-student...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Teacher Attitudes, Reading Comprehension, Teacher Student Relationship, Feedback...

The Trends in International Mathematics and Science studies provide country-level data for tracking changes in student achievement over time. In this paper the author has developed a method for identifying and monitoring trends in student achievement above or below any specified cut-point on these tests. The method involved the use of the Foster, Greer, and Thorbecke indices, as well as a modified version of these indices. The ability to identify and monitor trends in student achievement at...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Mathematics Achievement, Academic Achievement, Evaluation Methods, Educational...

This article presents a perspective on the relationship between adult education and human resource development of the past two decades and the subsequent emergence of workforce development. The lesson taken from the article should be more than simply a recounting of events related to these fields of study. Instead, the more general lesson may be to illustrate again the dynamic of how applied fields of study emerge. That is, as societal issues of importance occur, existing processes and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Adult Education, Human Resources, Labor Force Development, Intellectual Disciplines,...

There is a widespread view in the research and policy communities that the quality of mathematics and science instruction offered to students in the United States is low (Business-Higher Education Forum, 2005; Gonzales et al., 2004; National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century, 2000; National Research Council, 2000, 2001, 2005; National Science Board, 2004; Weiss, Pasley, Smith, Banilower, & Heck, 2003). The widely discussed results of the Trends in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Science Instruction, Professional Development, Instructional Improvement, Educational...

This report, which was updated in July 2006, contains a state by state review of graduation requirements at the High School level in Mathematics and Science across all 50 states. With the exception of New Jersey, required coursework is expressed in this document in Carnegie units, with one unit reflecting one year of coursework. Units defined in Idaho and Indiana policy have been translated from half-year to full-year units to maintain consistency. Subject area fields with "--"...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Graduation Requirements, State Standards, High Schools, Mathematics Education,...

Accountability in many and varied forms is being required of teacher preparation programs. Weiner (2000) explores the dichotomy of the belief that meaningful learning needs to be situated versus policy that demands educational outcomes be standardized. This contradiction demands urgent analysis as we look for appropriate measures of accountability for both teachers and students. The George Washington University Urban Initiative Professional Development School (UI-PDS) partnership engaged in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Program Effectiveness, Outcomes of Education, Urban Schools, Poverty, Literacy...

This is the second annual report from the National Charter School Research Project (NCSRP) at the University of Washington's Center on Reinventing Public Education. Like last year's debut edition of Hopes, Fears, & Reality, the 2006 volume explores some of the most current and controversial issues facing the charter school movement. This year's essays focus on the implications of continued charter school growth for leading players in the charter school debates, including parents who choose...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Unions, School Districts, Public Education, Charter Schools, School Choice, Teacher...

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of pair problem solving technique incorporating Polya's problem solving strategy on undergraduate students' performance in conceptual and algorithmic questions in chemistry. The subjects of this study were 89 students enrolled from two first year chemistry classes. The experimental group was a class of 44 students who received pair problem solving technique incorporating Polya's problem solving strategy and the control group was a class...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Program Effectiveness, Undergraduate Students, Statistical Analysis, Logical...

This publication provides information regarding the training outcomes for students who completed their vocational education and training (VET) during 2005. The findings presented relate to students who are awarded a qualification (graduates), or who successfully complete part of a course and then leave the VET system (module completers). This publication reports on outcomes of students from technical and further education (TAFE) institutes, other government providers or community education...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Adult Education, Community Education, Vocational Education, Outcomes of Education,...

In 2003, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and UNESCO co-organized a Regional Workshop on School Library Services in South East Asia. It was followed by a project to examine the current state of information literacy education and recommend action plans to increase school libraries' involvement in the development of information literacy. The project spent six months on planning in the second half of 2004, conducted national surveys from January to July...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Information Literacy, School Libraries, Library Development, National Surveys,...

The subject of the paper presents establishing basic characteristics, forms and levels of knowledge interconnectedness in teaching, especially in mathematics and biology teaching. The analysis was realized by considering basic theoretical views in this field, as well as by establishing features and levels of knowledge interconnectedness in the context of teaching programs, textbooks and teaching process, and in students. Some theoretical assumptions are based on the analysis of theoretical...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Textbooks, Knowledge Level, Educational Theories, Mathematics Instruction, Science...

Today, mathematics education faces two major challenges: raising the floor by expanding achievement for all, and lifting the ceiling of achievement to better prepare future leaders in mathematics, as well as in science, engineering, and technology. Many students lack access to higher-level mathematics courses and teaching at all levels of pre-college schooling. This is unacceptable in the face of the ever-expanding technical demands posed by higher education and the 21st-century job market....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Middle Schools, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Education, Labor Market,...

This document is a transcript of a forum held in Washington, D.C. on June 6, 2006 on performance-based compensation in public education. The discussion was introduced by Eugenia Kemble, executive director of the Albert Shanker Institute, forum sponsor. The forum was moderated by Milton Goldberg and featured speakers Edward Lawler (director, Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California Marshall School of Business) and Lewis Solmon (President, Teacher Advancement Program...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Teacher Promotion, Public Education, Academic Achievement, Merit Pay, Recognition...

This report presents student-level achievement results for two groups of schools in Tennessee: (a) four charter schools that began operation in 2003-2004; and (b) three new charter schools that were established in 2004-2005. These two cohorts were therefore completing their second and first academic years, respectively, at the time the achievement tests were administered in spring 2005. To conduct a rigorous and valid analysis of student achievement outcomes, a matched program-control design...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Charter Schools, Neighborhood Schools, Poverty, Grades (Scholastic), Academic...

As with so many guides for school improvement, the U.S. Department of Education's March 2006 Non-regulatory Guidance document entitled, "Designing Schoolwide Programs," continues to marginalize the essential role of student/learning supports. This brief report analyzes the guidance document with a specific focus on how to ensure Title I schoolwide planning addresses barriers to learning and teaching in a comprehensive way. The emphasis is on planning that fully integrates development...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Achievement Gains, Educational Change, Comprehensive Guidance, Educational Policy,...

"Child Care Health Connections" is a bimonthly newsletter published by the California Childcare Health Program (CCHP), a community-based program of the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing, Department of Family Health Care Nursing. The goals of this newsletter are to promote and support a healthy and safe environment for all children in child care reflecting California's diversity; to recreate linkages and promote collaboration among health and safety and child...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Child Care, Child Health, Child Safety, Staff Orientation, Child Caregivers,...

This report is a summary of discussions that took place at the "Sound Off" Regional Rural Youth Dialogue on Employment, Education and Communication, held in Vernon, British Columbia, on January 14, 2006. This event was part of the Rural Dialogue, an ongoing, two-way discussion between the Government of Canada and Canadians from rural, remote and northern regions. Launched in 1998, the Rural Dialogue is a key citizen-engagement component of the Canadian Rural Partnership (CRP). The CRP...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Citizen Participation, Rural Development, Economic Development,...

Based on the framework of human resource development and workplace educational needs, this study set focus on analyzing working adults' propensity toward attending online accounting MBA courses and whether specific content areas may be related to this fact. A sample of 100 graduate students enrolled in a top-ranked face-to-face Brazilian accounting MBA was studied. Findings support the assumption that course content plays a relevant role to students' propensity toward attending online courses....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Employees,...

Instructional designers regularly engage in a process of professional and personal transformation that has the potential to transform the culture of institutions through faculty-client relationships. Instructional designers promote new ideas and understandings in social contexts that include other designers and clients, among others. This research program attempts to understand this process, using narrative inquiry and instructional designers' stories of practice to explore two interconnected...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Instructional Design, Inquiry, Educational Technology, Personal Narratives, Higher...

For some time now the Internet has been part of our daily lives and has affected the way academic writing is taught and the way students study. This article reflects on how the Internet affects the teaching of composition, and assesses the relationship of professors of writing and literature to the electronic revolution taking place. The author suggests that rather than pretend that the digital and print worlds can be easily integrated, perhaps we should recognize that they are in tension with...
Topics: ERIC Archive, College Freshmen, Internet, Academic Discourse, Writing (Composition), Technology...

This research examined students' responses to mathematics problem-solving tasks and applied a general multidimensional IRT model at the response category level. In doing so, cognitive processes were identified and modelled through item response modelling to extract more information than would be provided using conventional practices in scoring items. More specifically, the study consisted of two parts. The first part involved the development of a mathematics problem-solving framework that was...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Problem Solving, Mathematics Education, Cognitive Psychology, Item Response Theory,...

Student teaching is a key event in the lives of future educators; it can make or break their success in their own classrooms. The selection of qualified cooperating teachers with whom these students will work is accordingly imperative. Student teaching should provide students the opportunity to grow as educators--to learn from those who are more knowledgeable, to take risks, and to fail without becoming failures. Knowing the characteristics of an effective cooperating teacher can help ensure...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Student Teaching, Student Teachers, Cooperating Teachers, Mentors, Teacher...

The application of quality processes to tertiary teaching can result in a more team-based approach to course curriculum planning, the instructional design of individual subjects or units, the learning support associated with subject implementation and subsequent evaluation. The "art" of teaching requires more explicit communication within and across different teams that may be involved in each stage. Learning designs provide tools for design teams to map out learning environment...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Higher...

Four instructors from a mid-western university implemented exit tickets in their university courses. The exit tickets were based on Marzano's (2012) four types of exit tickets and were analyzed for patterns. Faculty completed a journal to reflect on what was learned examining the exit tickets. A survey was completed by both instructors and university students to determine the benefits of the use of exit tickets as a formative assessment at the university. Researchers share the processes used...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Formative Evaluation, Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Curriculum...

The author reviews research on the connections between attitudes and language learning, and between attitudes and motivation. The article suggests that language learners' motivation and attitudes can influence learning outcomes, and that effective teaching can change negative attitudes. It describes a classroom action research project that was carried out among 95 students in Turkey to examine attitudes and motivation for English learning. Results and possible factors are discussed with regard...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Positive Attitudes, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Learning...

For decades now, critics have viewed educational leadership and administration as sorely lacking in many respects--including as a field of scholarly inquiry. Murphy, Hawley, and Young (2005) cite numerous studies that have "assessed the profession and judged it to be in poor health" (p. 49). Thomas Sergiovanni, another leading scholar, has recognized that "one shortcoming of ours in educational administration is that we're still working on becoming a rigorous science. We need to...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Administration, Scholarship, Teacher Surveys, Educational Practices,...

Every developmental education teacher would probably agree that motivation to complete assignments is one of the biggest obstacles to getting students to practice necessary skills. Short stories and other types of recreational reading might help motivate students, but they need to learn specific skills to help them cope with college textbook reading. An adaptation of mastery learning, a technique that uses multiple attempts for students to master goals at their own pace, was the key concept...
Topics: ERIC Archive, College Students, Developmental Programs, Mastery Learning, Student Motivation,...

We assessed whether and how the discourse written for prototype integrated tasks (involving writing in response to print or audio source texts) field tested for the new TOEFL® differs from the discourse written for independent essays (i.e., the TOEFL essay). We selected 216 compositions written for 6 tasks by 36 examinees in a field test--representing Score Levels 3, 4, and 5 on the TOEFL essay--then coded the texts for lexical and syntactic complexity, grammatical accuracy, argument...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Discourse Analysis, Essays, Scores, Language Proficiency, Syntax, Multivariate...

For many teachers, an appointment to a rural school is their first experience of living and working in a context where they are highly visible and are likely to be known of and known about by far more people than they know of and know about. Space for "making errors" and recovering from them without impairment to becoming an effective teacher, is very limited compared to teachers and other professionals who work in cities and can become largely anonymous once they leave their working...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Rural Schools, Rural Sociology, Work Environment, Social Psychology, Teaching...

Collaboration is an interactive process that has become mandated as a part of educational decision-making. School counselors and school psychologists are now guided by professional principles that advocate interdisciplinary collaboration. This study identified activities for which these professionals currently collaborated with each other, as well as desired activities for collaboration. Demographic factors that appeared related to amounts of collaboration were also identified. Years of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, School Psychologists, Counselor Role, Cooperation, School Counselors, Educational...

In this brief article, the author relates his experiences both as associate director of undergraduate admission at Duke University (North Carolina), and later as director on college placement at the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics. [This article has been reprinted in this 2006 issue of "Journal of College Admission." The article originally appeared in "Journal of College Admission" v160 Sum 1998.]
Topics: ERIC Archive, Administrators, Universities, Student Placement, College Admission, Administrator...

This paper reports the use of several quantitative analytic methods, including Rasch analysis, to re-examine teacher responses to questionnaire items probing opinions related to the compulsory numeracy tests conducted in Years 3, 5, and 7 in Queensland, Australia. Nisbet and Grimbeek (2004) previously reported an interpretable and statistically acceptable 6-factor exploratory factor solution. The present paper improved on this outcome by utilising Rasch analysis to identify items with orderly...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Numeracy, Item Analysis, Factor Analysis, Factor Structure,...

In this description of a learning community for "at-risk" and basic writing students at the University of Wyoming, I outline the reasons our students resist academic writing prior to their entry into college--reasons largely unrelated to typical perceptions of at-risk students as "lazy" or intellectually less capable. For students who come from family or community cultures that are far removed from academic discourses and hierarchies, accepting a new form of writing--and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, High Risk Students, Critical Reading, Critical Thinking, Writing Processes,...

The proportion of variance in student achievement that is explained by student SES--"poverty's power rating," as some call it--tends to be lower among smaller schools than among larger schools. Smaller schools, many claim, are able to somehow disrupt the seemingly axiomatic association between SES and student achievement. Using eighth-grade data for 216 public schools in Maine, I explored the hypothesis that this in part is a statistical artifact of the greater volatility (lower...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Poverty, Reading Achievement, Mathematics Achievement, School Size, Socioeconomic...

In October 2005, 68.6 percent of high school graduates from the class of 2005 were enrolled in colleges or universities, according to data released on March 24, 2006 by the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. The college enrollment rate for recent high school graduates was a historical high for the series dating back to 1959. The estimates in this release were obtained from a supplement to the October 2005 Current Population Survey (CPS), a monthly survey of about 60,000...
Topics: ERIC Archive, High School Graduates, Enrollment Rate, Dropout Rate, Statistical Distributions, Out...

A majority of the private sector members on the Roundtable on Higher Education (See Attachment-A) gathered at the Corporate Adventures training center in Kathryn, North Dakota, on April 5, 2006. Also attending were Senator Ray Holmberg, Chair of the Roundtable on Higher Education and Eddie Dunn on behalf of Dr. Robert Potts, Chancellor of the North Dakota University System. The meeting was called and organized by Thomas Shorma, C.E.O. President of WCCO Belting, Inc. in Wahpeton. This was done...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Leadership, Private Sector, Higher Education, Academic Achievement